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India’s first start-up of superheroes with a mission of saving lives is here to kick ass. 

Rasiq is riding the highs of life thanks to his successes as an investment banker. But his arrogance soon gets the better of him, and he ends up losing everything he holds dear. Managing to salvage only his grit from the wreckage, Rasiq reboots his life and teams up with five uniquely talented superheroes to start a rescue venture - DareDreamers. 

These superheroes - Nick: a crazy inventor; Halka: an inhumanly strong man; Arjun: a champion shooter; Natasha: a Bollywood stunt double; Dr Vyom, a medical Sherlock Holmes; and, of course, Rasiq: the mastermind - combine their unique talents to deliver spectacular rescue operations. Their skyrocketing success, however, comes at a price - an enemy hell-bent on tearing down their fame and reputation. 

Will DareDreamers defeat its wily adversary? Or will it become yet another failed start-up? Treachery, action and adventure come alive to make DareDreamers a pause resister.

©2018 Kartik Sharma and Ravi ‘Nirmal’ Sharma (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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seems promising at the start but turns into a pretentious read, very hard to finish.

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  • Eric Kimball
  • 24-07-19

Not a book about superheroes

This is not a bad book, but it's definitely not a superhero book. It's about an wealthy, highly educated young man who gets bored with his high-paying investment banking job. After reenacting the pool scene from The Graduate, he uses the money and connection he has to create, essentially, the A-Team. There are no radioactive spider here, no strange visitors from another world. At it's core, this book is an entrepreneur's fable about starting up your own business instead of working for other people. If you are into that, you will love this book. It's well written, fun and has a real sense of place and character.

But it is not a superhero book. If you are looking for the tropes and spectacle of superheroes you will be very disappointed.